Hotel Le Saint-James Relais & Chateaux

Address: 3, place Camille Hostein, Bouliac, Aquitaine, 33270, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 3, place Camille Hostein, Bouliac, is near Maison du Vin, Musee d'Histoire Naturelle, Badie, and Rue Du Mirail.
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    Travel Blogs from Bouliac

    Wine Tasting Again

    A travel blog entry by halliday on Jun 26, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... was a church built in the 12th century and the stone walls that lined the road leading to the vineyard were also hundreds of years old.

    The vineyard was called Chateau du Cerons and produced only relatively small quantities of wine - very boutique style. The owner of the vineyard who took us around talked of the unique climate that produces their wine. A river, quite warm, runs not far from their property which meets ...


    A travel blog entry by ricksusan2015 on Jun 21, 2015

    4 photos

    ... Emilion and it was a great place to sit, relax and enjoy some great food, and that we did. It was a late lunch, close to 5pm actually, so more like dinner, on a shady terrace at the foot of the church literally carved out of the limestone rock by Benedictine monks a thousand years ago. We then said goodbye to Saint Emilion before heading out up the road a bit further to our overnight accommodation near Libourne.

    Nom, Nom

    A travel blog entry by emily_folse on Jun 21, 2015

    3 photos

    ... but it’s eat beautiful I am a kind
    Just “eat” mouth
    And neck

    Confused, shocked, and a bit humiliated, we never spoke to the tiki boy again. His intentions will always remain a mystery. Although a common language isn’t fundamentally necessary for communication, it is certainly helpful—it can distinguish a playful cannibal from a boy just lost in translation.


    Barbed Wire and Electric Fences

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 15, 2015

    13 photos

    ... next to us canned cherries. We were told that there would be another pilgrim coming, and sure enough, it was the Dutchman (part of the group of four) who had walked with us the day from Perigueux. We had a good time laughing and talking over our drinks. The grown son of the hosts was mentally handicapped and did not speak, but during our drinks he went from sitting across the yard to right next to me. He was staring at me pretty hard, and ...

    Chateaux in the Loire Valley to Bordeaux

    A travel blog entry by kerrilyn on Jul 10, 2014

    2 comments, 63 photos

    ... cozier inside and the rooms seemed cozier. This chateau also had a long history of the different owners it had had before it was finally in the hands of the state. It was interesting to read about the people who had lived there and what they had done with it. There used to be simply a bridge over the river from the chateau but one of the owners built the chateau up over the bridge. I think she wanted to be able to hold balls and dinners and this way she had ...